City Manager Organization: City of Durango, Colorado
Steeped in Western charm, Durango is a virtual adventure wonderland boasting outdoor recreation from skiing to dogsledding, hiking/biking to horseback riding, historic steam train to hot springs and everything in between. Durango is the La Plata County seat and the business, education, governmental and cultural hub of southwest Colorado. Durango draws a workforce from throughout the region.
County Appraiser Organization: Sedgwick County Kansas
Sedgwick County, Kansas is seated in Wichita and covers 1,008 square miles. It is one of the most populous of Kansas’ 105 counties with an estimated population of 508,000. Residents enjoy a central location, a diverse population, a strong local economy and four distinct seasons. Quality of life amenities, including education, are excellent and the cost of living is well below the national average.
Executive Director Organization: Orange Water and Sewer Authority (OWASA)
The Orange Water and Sewer Authority (OWASA) is a nationally acclaimed public, non profit authority that provides water, sewer (wastewater) and reclaimed water services to the Carrboro Chapel Hill community including the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in southern Orange County, North Carolina. OWASA currently provides services to about 83,000 people. In FY 2020, OWASA's Operating Revenue was $38.6 million; its Operating Expenses were $23.6 million and Capital Improvements amounted to $26.4 million. The Authority has 142 authorized positions. Its bond rating is AAA.
County Administrator Organization: Georgetown County, SC
Georgetown County was founded in 1769 and is seated in the City of Georgetown, the third oldest city in South Carolina. The County is located along South Carolina’s coast approximately an hour from both Myrtle Beach and Charleston. The County’s residents and visitors enjoy some of the State’s most beautiful beaches, marshes and rivers as well as a wealth of history and culture. Georgetown County has South Carolina’s second largest seaport which helps sustain both its historic agricultural trade as well as significant present-day local industry.
City Manager Organization: City of Laredo, Texas
The City of Laredo was incorporated in 1775. It is located on the north bank of the historical Rio Grande River at the southern end of I-35 and very close to the manufacturers in northern Mexico. The streets of downtown Laredo provide an absorbing history lesson, with architecture and museums that tell the tales of 261-years-in-the-making, from the Republic of the Rio Grande Museum to the 119-year old Washington's Birthday Celebration and its museum, all found within Laredo's establishing epi-center, the Villa de San Agustin Historic District. More stories are to be discovered in five other significant historic districts throughout an easy distance from Laredo's iconic San Agustin Plaza. In between food, history and hotels, there are many options for activities to take in while in Laredo.
City Auditor Organization: City of San Diego, CA
With more than 1.4 million people and a land area of 372 square miles, the City of San Diego is the eighth largest city in the United States and the second largest in California. The City's strong economy, diverse population, great educational institutions, unsurpassed quality of life, and world-renowned location make it the ideal place to work, live, and play.
Director of Human Resources Organization: City of Des Plaines, Illinois
The City of Des Plaines, 58,710 pop., covering 15.85 sq. miles, seeks candidates for the position of Director of Community and Economic Development. Des Plaines is a vibrant community of residential, commercial, and industrial uses, located 17 miles from the Chicago Loop and five minutes from O’Hare International Airport.
Executive Director Organization: Seize The Future Development Foundation
Seize the Future Development Foundation (STFDF) is a 501(c)3 economic development corporation responsible to maintain economic vitality and quality of life in Aurora.